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Here's the Olympic Stadium just a few blocks from the IDF conference center. Looks like China's more than ready for 2008.

Shot of Beijing's Olympic stadium

Bring on the Games

Then again, maybe Beijing's not so ready. This is just a couple of blocks from the stadium.

Shot of the streets under construction

The Olympic Track

And here's a building being torn down one brick at a time.

Building crumbling in Beijing

The Slowest Demolition

China certainly has its hospitality ready for the invading Olympic tourists. The people here are as friendly as people come – whether they're branded by Intel or not.

Man and women at IDF with Intel logos on

Leap Ahead with a Smile

Okay, so we're running out of material and patience with the network.

We'll close by saying someone should take one of these . . .

Shot of an odd motorcycle

All Aboard

To the ever-popular Green Grid booth.

Shot of empty Green Grid booth

Green Computing is All the Rage

Ciao, friends. ®

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